Colour coding of autorickshaws, based on the zone they ply in, is expected to be decided soon.
The 2011 Census has brought both good and bad news for Gurgaon. The fast developing city, according to census figures, has the highest literacy rate and the worst sex ratio in the state.
The Delhi government has until July 5 to cease the inter-governmental "ping-pong" and establish how to identify where to dump the Capital's abundance of solid waste, according to an order by the De
An anti-nuclear group that includes lawyer Prashant Bhushan on Tuesday described the recent Supreme Court judgment on Kudankulam nuclear power plant as 'travesty of justice' and said it had overloo
After bandying its Rs 6,000-crore a year scheme to provide free generic drugs at government health centres and hospitals for a year, the health ministry has now shelved the plan.
Soon, saving a tree may be just a phone call away.
The Delhi Cabinet on Monday approved the installation of 120 dialysis machines in six Delhi government hospitals aimed at providing free treatment to economically weaker sections of society.
With the only government-run production unit for yellow fever vaccine in Kasauli out of order for nearly two years, most authorised vaccine centres in the country are fast running out of stock.
Though the CAG has pointed to poor performance of MGNREGA, a joint study by the UNDP and Sambodhi, a Delhi-based research organisation, has found the scheme has made a “significant impact” in gener
In a bid to increase field trials of genetically-modified (GM) plants and address the related bio-safety concerns, the Ministry of Environment and Forests (MoEF) has decided to rope in experts who
Epidemiological study on effect of air pollution on human health (adults) in Delhi
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Doha: inaction in the face of urgency
Coal mines to get automatic nod for first expansion